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Talking Points 

A Ph.D. student working on stem cell research goes on trial after the attempted murder of a controversial, outspoken right-wing pundit results in the death of an audience member.

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A Ph.D. student working on stem cell research goes on trial after the attempted murder of a controversial, outspoken right-wing pundit results in the death of an audience member.

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A year before this episode aired, Louis Cancelmi, who portrays the character of murder suspect and defendant Malcolm Yates, married Elisabeth Waterston- Sam Waterston's daughter. See more »

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Police Officer Jimmy Morgan asks Detective Nina Cassady says he's been meaning to call her at her new precinct. Since the number 27 is on the collar of his uniform, they are in the same precinct, not different precincts. See more »

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Judge Martha Archer: A sawbuck says... there's no need to ask for a plea.
Malcolm Yates: Not Guilty.
Judge Martha Archer: Ah! I should get on a bus to Atlantic City.
Bernie Adler, Defense Attorney: Your Honor...
Judge Martha Archer: Oh, lighten up, Counselor.
A.D.A. Connie Rubirosa: People request bail in the amount of one million dollars.
Bernie Adler, Defense Attorney: Mr. Yates is a student who can barely afford his rent.
Judge Martha Archer: Let's cut that in half.
A.D.A. Connie Rubirosa: It's fine by me, Your Honor.
Judge Martha Archer: So what do you say, Mr. Adler? Deal... or no deal?
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Last in, first out, as they say in the economics department.
31 January 2018 | by See all my reviews

A right wing Tv personality was taking a speech inside a theater while outside a huge crowd of protesters were shouting slogans against her. After a while, even the audience inside start arousing. An eighteen years old guy, a sophomore college student, was shot dead during the turmoil. Detectives watched a video in which times before the victim beat very hard another student, a Jewish, so it could have been a payback. Anyway the real target was the girl and similar bullets were found in shooter's hometown: he is a medicine student working on stem cells who held a grudge against the pundit, because he framed her for losing his job. He had also Parkinson's disease and started shacking during trial in the attempt of being symphatetic towards jurors: he believed stem cell research could cure his situation....

An episode involving racism in which we heard racial epithet such as coons, kikes, spics and some references to sick stars like Christopher Reeves or Micheal J Fox. I can't get out of my head the cold stone eyes of Charlotte Ross. We made acquaintance of Cassady lover, a police officer, at the beginning of the episode.


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